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    Inorganic/Analytical - Dilution in Titration and Water Hardness Calculation

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    2. What is the effect of reagent and analyte dilution on the equivalence point pH in strong acid-base titration?

    3. You collect a water sample from your shower containing 1.2 mM Mg^2+ +3.3 mM Ca2+. (FM for CaCO3=100.09)

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    The change in pH in the equivalence-point region is larger for a more concentrated reagent. Dilution therefore decreases the pH range of the equivalence point because there is less amounts of reagent/analyte present that ...

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    An explanation on what happens to the equivalence point in a titration when the reagents are diluted. Calculation of Water Hardness.

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